The magician pours wine into an empty wine goblet and lets go of the glass as he is pouring. The glass magically remains suspended in air while the wine is still being poured from the bottle. An excellent stage effect! Our gimmick can be removed and
EffectThe magician is seen holding a rose. He takes a knife (or scissors) and opens it up, proceeding to cut some of the leaves off of the rose. He then makes a deliberate stab into the head of the rose. The rose head squirts blood out and the magici
Use an ESP deck and force a card with the symbol you want to use. Use a cross for Gospel Magic and "Fire Spirit Write" the Holy Cross. Find out someone's name prior to the performance and select them as a spectator and "Fire Spirit Write" their name.
The magician displays a simple candle and is holding it in one hand. He tells a story of a haunted house that he has visited and asks if anyone believes in ghosts. He explains that a ghost has been following him since the visit at this haunted house
EffectThe magician is seen holding a bare rose stem. He also has some pedals from a rose and it appears that he is attempting to repair the rose. After a few failed attempts the magician gets frustrated and throws the rose pedals up in the air. At th
This classic effect, invented by Benson Dulay, has been updated using modern plastic glasses that resemble crystal cut glass. The glasses are durable and easy to care for.Multum In Parvo literally means Much In Little.EffectThe magician starts out di
The Effect: The magician is seen holding a beautiful rose. He gestures at it and suddenly the magician slowly lets go of the rose and it clings to his hand. He moves his hand away from the rose to show it suspended in mid air. The rose now floats up
This ingenuous gimmicked glass design comes from one of David Evangelista's own special routines using roses and wine. The effect described is from David's own routine and is being shared with you to inspire you to create different ways of using this